A rare find in the British street food scene, BBC Good Food Magazine called them a ‘hidden foodie gem’ and they were included in the Guardian’s Top 10 picks for Oxford… This is none other than Taste Tibet! Unique and delicious Himalayan soul food, all served from a stunning and colourful nomadic Tibetan tent. Their melt in the mouth Momo dumplings are pretty legendary and Yeshi Jampa, who was brought up in rural Tibet, also serves a range of rich and fragrant gluten free Himalayan curries!
We love the Tibetan Momo Dumplings… with a beef and a vegan option there’s no excuse not to get stuck in to some of Taste Tibet’s famous delicate dumplings. They’re steamed to perfection and handmade with love by Yeshi.
Singaporean cuisine is all about rich sauces, succulent meats, fresh crunchy vegetables and tonnes of colour, and Lion City Kitchen tick every single box. Their food is forward-thinking and powerfully flavoursome, yet humble, inspired by traditional Singaporean street hawkers.
We love the Rendang Tacos… sumptuous beef brisket and shin slow cooked for six hours, in coconut milk and malay spices, with pickled carrot and cucumber.
Pad + Sen create Thai street food just how it’s made it’s Bangkok’s bustling streets… fresh, innovative ingredients combined with ancient recipes and family cooking secrets! Their authentic and mouth watering Pad Thai’s are simply stunning and they also make a pretty mean green curry.
We love the Signature Sen Chan Pad Thai… rice noodles with tender crab meat, crunchy bean sprouts, Chinese chives, egg and green mango.
Rainbo are masters of creative Japanese soul food, served from their awesome 1948 Ford Pick Up! Their food is incredibly healthy, fresh and exciting, all created with a special little Rainbo twist. The Evening Standard rated their gyoza amongst London’s top 3 and they also make chicken yakitori skewers, aubergine and sweet potato curry, Okinawan purple fries and more!
We love the Katsu Wrap… A chicken or pumpkin wrap filled with sticky rice, a rich homemade katsu sauce, house pickles, Asian slaw and homemade chilli oil.
Some of London’s most authentic Vietnamese cuisine, Nha Trang Kitchen create dishes using recipes passed down through generations, resulting in fresh and vibrant food. Their summery rice paper spring rolls are incredibly bright and beautiful and they can even create canapes for events, like bánh mì sliders.
We love the Bánh mì… If you’ve ever travelled to Vietnam, Nha Trang Kitchen’s bánh mì will transport your taste buds right back to its eclectic streets. Lemongrass chicken, caramelised pork or tofu with mayonnaise, sauteed spring onion, a rich peanut sauce, chilli sauce, pickled carrots, cucumber, coriander, fresh chilli and fried shallots in a big fluffy baguette!
This unique, award-winning street food trader specialises in Jianbian, a traditional Chinese dish from Beijing that takes the form of a savoury crepe, with a choice of meaty or vegetarian fillings. Mei Mei’s Street Cart has appeared in the 2016 Sunday Times’ list of the best Chinese food in the UK and they’re the only trader in the country to serve Jianbian!
We love the Char Siu Pork Jianbian… a crispy savoury wheat crepe with egg, spring onions, fresh coriander, wonton crisp, hoisin, chilli sauce, and pork with a sweet, sticky char siu marinade.
Since opening in 2014, Dumpling Shack have been serving the capital with their authentic and delicious Chinese dumplings, which are completely handmade from scratch, crispy on one side and tender on the other, dripping with flavour.
We love the Pork Shengjianbao… a sumptuous and ever so slightly addictive soup dumpling originating from Shanghai. They’re made fresh every day using pork, water chestnuts, leeks, sage, sesame oil and soy sauce!
These creative Asian caterers are all available to book on Feast It for any kind or size of event, from intimate weddings, to 200 people office lunches, to enormous festivals! We have over 300 handpicked caterers and pop-up bars on our platform with every type of cuisine imaginable. It couldn’t be more straightforward to book event catering on Feast It so why not make an enquiry to get the ball rolling?